Explore More: Travel By Train

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Hi girls,

With summer 2012 being in full effect, it’s now time to enjoy the last of your few months before having to return or attend college for the first time! The weather is way above 90 degrees in various parts of the country, so there could not be a better time to explore the world the affordable way, by train!

Traveling by train is a cheap, efficient, and quite safe method of travel to reach various destinations. Riding a train is very easy… You just simply purchase your train ticket (online), board the train, visualize scenic views and gorgeous landscapes, and finally arrive at your destination.

Need a vacation? Do it by rail! Here are a few picks below (continue reading after these pics):

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Amtrak offers independent and escorted vacation tour packages. With Amtrak’s Coast Starlight and Glacier Bay package you get to travel from  Los Angeles, to Seattle, and reach Alaska where you get the opportunity to journey on a seven-day cruise; all while visualizing the Pacific Coast and eating luxurious meals.

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Discover up to 23 European countries with a multi-country student Eurail pass. You can explore the entire continent of Europe while backpacking by train.

❤ Adventure

Have you ever traveled by train or by bus? What’s your choice of transportation for travel this summer? Comment below!


2 thoughts on “Explore More: Travel By Train

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